Henrik Fisker walks past four fully built Fisker Ocean electric SUVs on the final assembly line at Magna Steyr in Graz, Austria.
Today, we got a chance to see what appears to be several fully built Fisker Oceans at the end of the production line at Magna Steyr. In several posts on social media, Henrik Fisker shared a new photo and video from his current visit to the Magna factory. He captioned them with, “Live! Several Oceans coming off the line at the manufacturing plant at Magna! I just saw the action today! The MACHINE is running!!”
The video shows Henrik walking the line past several Fisker Ocean electric SUVs speaking with Magna employees. In fact, there are four Fisker Oceans in a line including one in Night Drive, Great White, Big Sur Blue and Mariana. This is the very first time we’ve seen a production intent Fisker Ocean in Great White. Even though our current selection is Great White, Big Sur Blue is the standout color. At least from the footage we’ve seen today, we’re loving the matte finish.
Something else took us by surprise too. This is the first time we are seeing a Fisker 22″ F3 SlipStream wheel without the carbon fiber inserts. The angle in the photo isn’t great. However, you can see the same SlipStream pattern of the wheel on the Fisker Ocean in Night Drive. If you look close enough, you can see what appears to be tiny holes to set the carbon fiber inlays. While these wheels look sharp, we still prefer the look of the 22″ F5 AirGlider wheels.
Close up of Fisker Oceans at Magna Steyr
An even better view of the Fisker Ocean electric SUVs that rolled off the line at Magna Steyr.
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3 thoughts on “Several Fully Built Fisker Oceans”
I’d like to see how the door handles work.
I want to see the interior and know more about the features. Heated seats, massaging seat? Heads up navigation? Wtc